Home for Sale

Gorgeous new two bedroom with three full baths home with breath taking view of the Pacific Ocean. Conveniently located to shopping, restaurants, grocery store, casino, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and more. Fully furnished, ready to move-in turnkey opportunity, with great rental income.

Enjoy sunsets and stargazing from your private Jacuzzi and splash pool, or move to the rooftop terrace for unobstructed views that never end!

It is all within easy reach from Playas del Coco, the first beach community you arrive at when traveling southwest from the provincial capital of Liberia. Located 30 miles from Liberia and 17 miles from Liberia's Daniel Oduber International Airport, Playas del Coco is a traditional fishing town set on a large, sandy cove in the heart of Guanacaste's Papagayo Gulf. Here, the lush sounds and greenery of the jungle combine with the grandeur of the Pacific to create a laid-back tropical atmosphere in which Costa Rican tradition and culture mesh with an international population and Western World creature comforts.

The bank, church, police station, restaurants and post office are located around Coco's main paved road as are a well-stocked supermarket, hardware store, pharmacy and taxi services. All water activities are located either on the Del Coco beach or in the town of Coco. There's a medical clinic in town and 24-hour emergency services only a few minutes away. International port and immigration offices operate out of Coco. Among the available leisure activities is plenty of opportunity for shopping. Open-air booths and small retail stores line the main road of Coco.

For those who like an active nightlife, there also are numerous bars, discos and restaurants offering local and international cuisine. There are even casinos open late into the night. Indeed, most of what you need or could want is at your fingertips in Playas del Coco. After several years of planning, it looks like Coco’s long-awaited marina project is set to begin construction within the next year. The US $ 2.94 million project promises to give a big boost to Coco’s economy, benefiting commercial and sport fishing, the tourism industry, local businesses and residents alike.

Costa Rica's largest province, Guanacaste, more so than any other, has a little of all that the country has to offer. Characterized by sweeping savannas and rolling hills that turn dense and green in the rainy season. Guanacaste is edged with volcanic mountain ranges and national forestlands to the east and miles and miles of Pacific Coast beaches to the west. The climate perhaps is Costa Rica's most temperate, averaging 85°F and only 65 inches of rainfall annually. Sunshine washes over the region most days even during the rainy season, making outdoor activities from hiking or windsurfing to sport fishing or lazing about on the beach a year-round possibility.